Definition of Nonintervention

1. Noun. A foreign policy of staying out of other countries' disputes.

Exact synonyms: Noninterference
Generic synonyms: Foreign Policy
Antonyms: Interference, Intervention



Definition of Nonintervention

1. n. The state or habit of not intervening or interfering; as, the nonintervention of one state in the affairs of another.

Definition of Nonintervention

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of non-intervention) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Nonintervention

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nonintervention

noninternal
noninteroperable
noninterpolated
noninterpolating
noninterpretable
noninterpretative
noninterpreted
noninterrogative
noninterrupt
noninterrupted
noninterruptedly
nonintersecting
nonintersection
nonintersections
noninterstitial
nonintervention (current term)
noninterventionist
noninterventionists
noninterview
noninterviews
nonintervisible
nonintestinal
nonintimate
nonintimidating
nonintoxicant
nonintoxicants
nonintoxicating
nonintramolecular
nonintravenous
nonintrinsic

Literary usage of Nonintervention

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1. Handbook of International Law by George Grafton Wilson (1910)
"DITTY OF nonintervention. 23. Correlative with the right of independence is the duty of nonintervention by one state in affairs which ..."

2. The Demand for Public Storage of Wheat in Pakistan by Thomas C. Pinckney (1989)
"Price variability in the nonintervention case is almost ... On average, the nonintervention solution raises the average domestic price above its equilibrium ..."

3. The Presidential Campaign of 1860 by Emerson David Fite (1911)
"When the Democrats assembled at the same place and nominated Pierce, we affirmed the same principle of nonintervention by Congress with slavery in the ..."

4. Prevention of Mental Disorders, Alcohol and Other Drug Use in Children and edited by David Shaffer (1996)
"At each such point, three questions should be asked: (a) To what extent do the intervention and nonintervention (ie, control) groups differ? ..."

5. New Probate Law and Practice, with Annotations and Forms, for Use in Alaska by William Smithers Church (1914)
"nonintervention WILLS. It is the policy of the court to put a most liberal ... An executor under a nonintervention will is a trustee deriving his power from ..."

6. The National Government of the United States by Everett Kimball (1920)
"The doctrine of mutual nonintervention is in the nature of a quid pro quo and is ... From a statement thus limited the doctrine of nonintervention has been ..."

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